Cooper Silburn is the firm’s Environmental Regulatory Coordinator, providing innovative problem-solving and strategic communications to help navigate government regulatory and policy initiatives on environmental matters. Cooper’s work encompasses a wide range of environmental legal and regulatory issues, including the evolving PFAS landscape, wastewater and water quality issues, and environmental policymaking. He thrives in dynamic environments and collaborates with technical experts to develop and implement innovative and cost-effective solutions for clients.
Cooper graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law with a passion for environmental law and policy. During law school, Cooper served as an officer for the Environmental Law Society and was an associate editor for the Law Journal of Public Policy & Practice. He completed internships at the Office of Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan, Parkway Law, and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Prior to attending law school, Cooper graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, where he studied journalism and art and guided backpacking trips.
Cooper currently lives in Minneapolis. He enjoys camping up north and riding his bike nowhere fast.